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Daily Dashboard | FCC’s Wheeler Circulating Proposed TCPA Decision Related reading: Council of State to examine Belgian DPA reform bill

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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler has announced a proposal to address the 20-plus “pending petitions seeking clarity regarding the scope requirements under the U.S. Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA),” Hogan Lovells’ Chronicle of Data Protection reports. Under Wheeler’s proposal, the FCC would issue rulings including allowing consumers to “revoke their consent to receive automated ‘robocalls’ and texts in any reasonable way at any time” and prohibiting callers “from calling reassigned telephone numbers after one call,” the report states. The proposal also calls for the term “automatic telephone dialing system” to be interpreted under TCPA “to encompass any technology with the capacity to dial random or sequential numbers.” The proposal is scheduled for a vote at the FCC’s June 18 meeting.
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